Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Alt title: Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou

Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou Episode 10 - Everyday Life with D

Kimihito and friends venture into the woods to barbecue at Papi's request. The forest is an illegal dumping ground for industrial waste. Suddenly, Kii the dryad, protector of the forest, appears. Kii ignores Papi's attempts to stop her and uses her tentacles to grasp Kimihito. Kii is a monster girl who got lost after being kidnapped.

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Everyday Life Under Dangerous Circumstances

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Everyday Life with a Slime

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Everyday Life with Shedding and Egg Laying

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Everyday Life with MON and an Arachne

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Everyday Life in Poor Health

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Episode 9

Everyday Life with Threatening Letters

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Everyday Life with D

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Everyday Life with a Dullahan

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Everyday Life with Monster Girls

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Blankmaner Blankmaner says

Has monster girls and their both have harem there also a school. The girls fall in love and fight other the guy. They would do anything for him and follow him anywhere. 

apoc9 apoc9 says

Same harem with human male and non-human females. The only difference is that in Monster musume is that monsters live among humans.

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